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DNV GL - Energy Customized Wind training courses

Tailored course content across all aspects of wind energy

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Manager Energy Academy

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  • Where:

    on request

  • Venue:

    on request

  • Language:

    English

The number of people working in the wind industry in Europe, the Americas, and Asia is expected to at least double by 2020. Workforce development is one of the major barriers to achieving these projections.

To help meet the need for qualified wind professionals, DNV GL - Energy provides web-based and in-person training courses and seminars in wind energy. The course content is tailored specifically to the client needs, incorporating subjects ranging across the entire life-cycle of a wind project.

Courses vary in depth from introductory to advanced and vary in length from hours to days. Our courses are designed to be interactive and hands on. We can also provide expert analysis of the competencies that are needed, and will design the most effective course to meet these needs.

For more information, please refer to the leaflet or contact Ruth Heffernan Marsh (Seattle office), Tony Rogers (Boston office) or Hans Cleijne (Arnhem office).

Subjects:

■ Onshore project feasibility                  
■ Met tower and turbine sitting 
■ Met tower configuration 
■ Remote sensing
■ Wind resource assessment
■ Wind flow modeling 
■ Vertical extrapolation of wind speed
■ Wake losses
■ Long-term wind speed estimates
■ Uncertainties in energy production 
■ Wind turbine technology
■ Wind turbine suitability
■ Wind turbine selection
■ Wind turbine testing and loads 
■ Foundation design
■ Project operations and maintenance 
■ Grid connection
■ Offshore project feasibility
■ Offshore construction/installation 
■ Due diligence
■ Project economics
■ Project risks

Target Audience:

Technical and management staff working for wind project developers, utilities, governments, regulators, educational institutions, turbine manufacturers, financial institutions, and other interested in transitioning into a career in the wind industry.